Kinetic Typography Channel

  1. This is project 1 for my Type in Motion class. We were assigned to create a type animation with some kind of monologue, dialogue, or something of the sort. I chose to use the ever comical business card scene in American Psycho.

    # vimeo.com/37563062 Uploaded 8,715 Plays 5 Comments
  2. Public Service Announcement:

    This is a sarcastic kinetic typographic take on an anti-smoking public service announcement. I hope you enjoy it and feel to leave feedback!

    # vimeo.com/38077359 Uploaded 7,611 Plays 2 Comments
  3. # vimeo.com/37347853 Uploaded 5,199 Plays 3 Comments
  4. A Motion Typography from David Fincher's SE7EN.
    A dialogue from one of the most striking sequence of the movie.

    Created By
    Mohamadreza Tazari

    Brad Pitt as "Detective Mills"
    Kevin Spacey as "John Doe"

    © February 2012, All rights reserved.

    # vimeo.com/36157868 Uploaded 29K Plays 15 Comments
  5. Voice of Martin Scorsese from:
    Taxi Driver
    Starring: Robert Deniro, Jodie Foster
    Directed by: Martin Scorsese
    Written by: Paul Schrader
    ©1976 Columbia Pictures

    *I do not own rights to the film, nor am affiliated with Columbia Pictures. I received no payment from this project.

    Uploaded 12.9K Plays 6 Comments

Kinetic Typography Channel

Marco Papale

This Channel is dedicated to Motion/Kinetic Typography.

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This Channel is dedicated to Motion/Kinetic Typography.

Sumbit your work to have a chance to be featured here, send your Vimeo URL to KineticTypographyChannel@gmail.com

Every single video will be also featured on our Official Facebook page at facebook.com/kinetictypography

Also know as Kinetic typography — the technical name for "moving text"—is an animation technique mixing motion and text. This text is presented over time in a manner intended to convey or evoke a particular idea or emotion. It is often studied in Communication Design and Interaction Design courses. Some commonly seen examples of this technique include movie title sequences and credits, web page animation and other entertainment media.

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